Introduction This Commercial property was built in 1857 by John Watkins Drew and is set in a sought after area within central Southampton, The property is currently being used as a Letting Agency and consists of Five separate offices, Kitchen, Downstairs and upstairs cloakrooms. This would make a great investment buy or possible development, subject to planning. Call now to book your viewing.
Internally As you enter the property you are greeted by a reception hall with stairs to the first floor and doors to offices one and two.Office one is to the front of the building and has double glazed windows to the front and side aspects, Office two has double glazed windows to the side and rear aspect and a door that leads into office three, office three has a window to the side aspect and a door that leads into the Kitchen. The kitchen is fitted with white shaker style base and eye level units with a complimentary marble and granite worktops and inset stainless steel sink. There are spaces for a fridge and freezer, Double glazed window to the front aspect and a door into the rear hallway which has a wash hand basin, boiler and two doors into the two toilets. Upstairs you will find another two good sized offices with office four being to the front with double glazed windows to the front and side aspects and office five has double glazed windows to the rear and side aspects, there is also a door into a store room which has been fitted out with shelves and a door from here goes into a toilet which has been fitted with a low level W/C and wall hung wash hand basin
externally The property is on a corner plot and has parking for numerous cars to the side and rear
location Situated in the city centre this property offers easy access to the popular shopping area West Quay, the city centre and the historic city walls. There is a range of public transport on offer including rail travel from Southampton Central Station. The M3 can be accessed through Winchester Road and Bassett Avenue and junction 3 of the M27 can be accessed via Millbrook Road, leading onto the M271 or junction 5 via the A335. Southampton is an historic port city on England's south coast which offers a range of shopping and leisure facilities including Ocean Village, West Quay, the Cultural Quarter, Mayflower Theatre and the Civic Centre including the Titanic Museum.
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